Gary Allen, DOM

Gary Allen has been practicing Oriental Medicine since the early 1990’s. He spent two years in clinical internship with Dr. Keshuang Zhao in Albuquerque, New Mexico refining his study of Chinese medical herbs. In addition, Gary was also a faculty member at the International Institute of Chinese Medicine. In 1996 he began working with local veterinarians who had recently graduated from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Association course on acupuncture, which lead to the creation of a Veterinary Herbal Program that he taught for a number of years. He has been a guest speaker at several I.V.A.S. conventions and was an instructor for portions of their acupuncture certification course. He was also a guest lecturer at UC Davis Veterinary Collage on drug/herb interactions. Gary was a distributor for Evergreen Herbs for a number of years while teaching veterinarian courses. From 2000 to 2002 he was a member of the New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine, serving as Vice Chair. He is currently in private practice in Albuquerque, NM and continues to consult with veterinarians across the country on herbal cases.

Courses by Gary Allen, DOM

Animal Cancer, Food Therapy, and Equine Skin Disorder Intro
TCM Wisdom Tube
0 CEUs
$0.00
Animal Cancer, Food Therapy, and Equine Skin Disorder Intro
Distance Learning - CEU Video Recording
2 CEUs
$29.90
Chinese Veterinary Food Therapy and Equine Skin Disorders Chinese Veterinary Food Therapy and Equine Skin Disorders
Distance Learning - CEU Video Recording
8 CEUs
$99.95
TCVM Cancer Therapy TCVM Cancer Therapy
Distance Learning - CEU Video Recording
8 CEUs
$99.95

Comments

Comments from TCVM 2013 Webinars for Signe Beebe & Gary Allen

Comments from TCVM 2013 Webinars for Signe Beebe & Gary Allen
elotus
Posted:
11/11/2013

"Dr. Beebe is a very good speaker. Clear and precise."

"Both speakers were very informative."

"Both Speakers, Dr. Signe Beebe and Dr Gary Allen were very thorough in explaining the specifics of the herbal formulas and what they were best for. I appreciated Dr. Allen's refresher on acupuncture and pattern diagnosis and why some herbs were better in certain instances because of a specific pattern recognized."

"He was much better today- I think he is more comfortable lecturing on herbs and treatment in general than on animals. She was excellent- she treats in a very similar way to me!"

"thank you for your timely and well-organized webinar!"

"Always enjoy Dr. Beebe's seminars, extremely knowledgeable, easy to follow and understand!"

"They were both great:)"

"I liked the yin/yang energy of having a female and male presenter working together on the same subject."

"Both were just great, really learned so much."

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